Welcome to this week’s Tending Tuesdays offering! Tending Tuesdays was inspired by a pull to sustain the value of what happens when we come together as a community. Each Tuesday, an email will come to you with a link to a new video on a Dream Tending or depth psychological topic in the form of current writing and research, interviews, discussions with colleagues, and clips of tending dreams.
Dear Dream Tending Community,
If ever there was a time and place… that time is now, the place is everywhere. In a time where “trust” between people is at a low point and “blame” is all too common, the need for something more “deeply felt” pushes for attention. Soul Companions offer themselves for our befriendment. These cherished guests originate in dream and imagination. They await our attention, our gesture of welcome. When we take the time to listen and make place for their arrival, our life fills with so much more than power and fear. As our relationships with these inner persons of soul deepens we feel companioned, even loved. We discover that as we care for them, they in turn care for us.
Imagine turning first to these inner beloveds before taking on the challenges of the world. You would, most likely, respond differently. With a sense of “belonging,” to an inner community of the caring, mistrust would take a backseat to curiosity and genuine interest.
What is the world asking of us now? I believe we are being called to tend those beloveds of the soul who live behind the grief and pain. I believe we are asked to deepen our relationships with those who show up in dreams and imagination.
Being in the world with your Soul Companions opens the portals to the soul of the world. Here each of us can experience our authentic calling. We find alignment with the genuine desires/needs of all we share the planet with.
In the dreamtime,
Soul Companions – Skill Set:
Inside The Curious Mind
A quote that resonated with me this week…
“Each morning, we return from the dream soul trying to adjust to the day world, that moment when the two souls exchange places in the driver’s seat.”
— James Hillman